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  • Berkshire Community Foundation Case Study

    We are delighted to have worked with Berkshire Community Foundation on a new case study showing how we have worked together and the positive impact this has made on the lives on local young people.

    29 April 2021

  • News from The Wayz

    We caught up with Gareth who told us what’s been happening at The Wayz this month.

    29 April 2021

  • Training Update

    The training team are really excited to have recently started two new Leadership Programmes, funded by Greenham Trust.

    29 April 2021

  • Day in the Life of our Youth Worker, Katie

    We asked our fantastic youth worker, Katie, what she does on a typical day.

    29 April 2021

  • Youth Survey

    We are very excited to announce that the results of our youth survey will be shared across Berkshire shortly.

    29 April 2021

  • Meet the Trustees – Armelle Boisset

    This time we meet Armelle Boisset, who has been a Trustee of Berkshire Youth for four years.

    29 April 2021

  • Please Donate!

    From midnight this Sunday friends Sam, Amy and Ben are taking part in the 4/4/24 Challenge to raise vital funds for Berkshire Youth.

    29 April 2021

  • Exciting Vacancies

    Are you looking for an exciting new role? Apply to join our incredible team!

    29 April 2021

  • Supporter Focus – Cream Design

    Berkshire Youth are extremely grateful to all of the local companies who support us.

    29 April 2021

  • CEO’s Thoughts (April Newsletter)

    Welcome to April’s newsletter.

    29 April 2021

Safer Internet Day 2021

8 February 2021













Tuesday 9 February is Safer Internet Day.

The theme for this year is: ‘An Internet We Trust: Exploring Reliability in the Online World’. With many young people having to spend so much time online at the moment, it’s worth knowing that you can find lots of support, information, plus hints & tips at the National Online Safety website.

Above are 15 apps which trusted adults should be aware of. The Educate and Empower Kids website has further information on this subject on their website here, plus Net Aware from the NSPCC also has some useful information here. We would also like to draw adults’ attention to an app called Cunch-Line Chronicles. Although we don’t know how popular this is with young people, it’s another one to be aware of and to view with caution. Further information here.

Let’s all keep having the conversations with our young people about online safety and behaviour.

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